Just having breakfast in the morning itself is a big job for most of us. No matter your working or non working woman , moving around busily in the tight schedule sometimes makes you just skip the main meals of the day. This Muesli bar will be something very handy for a fast moving men or women. This will also make as a ideal snack to satisfy your craving in the mid day.
A single muesli bar is full of whole grains and dried fruits, which slowly release energy and keeps you active for a longer time.
Actually I had some doubt how to name this bar as Granola or Muesli. When searched in net for the difference between granola and muesli , I couldn't get any appropriate answer. So I just left it as Muesli bars.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Makes 12 bars
Rolled Oats- 100 g
Wheat flakes-70 g
Rye flakes- 70 g
Dried s fruit mix( cranberries, sultanas, apricots)-75 g
Brown Sugar- 70 g
Sunflower oil- 60 ml
Golden Syrup- 2 tbsp
Dried coconut flakes or dessicated coconut- 30 g
Please don't use white sugar in the place of brown sugar in this recipe.
If you find trouble in finding wheat flakes and rye flakes, get a readymade packet of muesli mix and follow the same procedure.
If your muesli mix contains lots of dried fruits, cut down the dried fruits.
Dry roast the oats, wheat flakes, rye flakes, nuts and dessicated coconut. ( if you are using ready made muesli dry roast the same way). Add the dry roast ingredients to the food processor and pulse it once or twice until it looks coarse. Don't make it as fine powder.
Preheat the oven to 160 degree Celsius. Grease a 20 cm cake tin and line it with aluminium foil.
In a large bowl add the blended ingredients, dry fruits and mix well.
Add the golden syrup, brown sugar and oil in a pan. Bring to boil. Keep stirring in medium heat and bring to boil for 2 minutes. Quickly pour it over the ingredients in the bowl and mix well.
Transfer this to the cake tin, spread evenly and press the mixture. Bake it in the preheated oven for 20 minutes. Take it out from the oven, it will look very crumbly at this stage. Let it cool down in the tin for 1 to 2 hours until it looks firm. Then cut them into bar and store it in a air tight container.
The day you made it'll have a chewy texture, the next day it turns slightly crispier.
This handy muesli bars goes to Any One Can Cook and to Heart and Soul Blog Hop Vol 33
these bar looks so cripy and yummy ... i have eaten these bars as i am not a big oats fan : ) but after seeing these lovely clicks I am tempted to make for my hubby who is a big oats fan !! thanks for sharing
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Muesli bars looks inviting, cant wait to try them.
They look superb !!!
Healthy snacks to-go..
Love the Muesli bars! Wish you could send me some!!
These muesli bars are looking so tempting. Very well prepared and wonderful presentation... !
Wow so helthy and delicious bar..
bars looks healthy n delicious for kids..
they look so healthy....it would be good for working people and even kids who would love to have a quick healthy bite!
Perfect grab n go breakfast!!
can munch on them every morning..yumm
These really do look wonderful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary
Wow love the bars.. yeah i am too lazy to eat breakfast and i just skip it sometimes... this will be different and yummy i bet :)
I luv this, my all time fav..looks crispy n yummm....ur clicks are lovely
Power packed breakfast bite. The ingredient list indicates how much healthy as well as tasty this preparation is. Great recipe.
Looks tempting and would love to have a bite into them for a morning snack... Will pump me with energy
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looks yummy and way too healthy.love them for morning breakfast.
Muesli Bars seem to be instant rejuvenators. As usual lovely clicks to tempt your readers...
Yum yum yum,,, really tempted to eat seeing the pics...
they look absolutely PERFECT!!
Healthy way to start a great breakfast, going to try them soon.
often buy mueseli bars from supermarkets when iam dieting........now will try this and make my own.........
wow, that looks like one perfect breakfast bar.
These Müsli Bars look very crispy and tasty and easy to make... By the way, what is Golden Syrup?
Wow beautiful job...looks so perfect'...healthy food too:)
These bars are perfect for me, because I like sleep al long as I can and so I don't have much time to prepare me the breakfast! Thank you for this delicious recipe!
We are big fans of granola, love to snack on it. I've been thinking of doing homemade granola for a while now..! Ayeesha, you are one amazing person- hardworking without compramising on the quality of recipes or photographs you share with us. Thank you, girl!
Oh, your bars look cruncy and appetizing!
I have granola always handy in the box and this looks absolutely yumm with all goodness in it.. Wonderful one Ayeesha.
wow.. never thought we could make it this perfect at home..
Healthy and cripy bars,perfectly made,love to have a bite.
that pink tissue enhances the bar, just beautiful :)
What a great recipe for a breakfast bar - the hardest meal for me to make and eat. This would be super handy for my kids too. Thank you for sharing this with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop!
Muesli bars looks really irresistible. Love the Pink background :)
Awesome bakes. I love your blog *^_^*
The Museli bars look yummmm .. i wanted to try it nd hence wanted to clarify a couple of things
1) Rolled Oats are the normal oats we have for BF right..
2)If using the museli mixture for this bar do we use oats also or does oats need to be used only if it is wheat and rye flakes
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